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Upgrading PostgreSQL 7.1.3

From: "ruben20(at)superguai(dot)com" <ruben20(at)superguai(dot)com>
To: pgsql-general <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Upgrading PostgreSQL 7.1.3
Date: 2003-08-24 21:25:24
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I'm planning to migrate a postgres database version 7.1.3 to a newer 
version. There are some tables with up to 5 million records and I'm 
begining to suffer from data corruption in indexes and tables. I did 
some hardware checkings and everything seems ok. The last move, as 
someone suggested in this list would be to upgrade postgres version.

What is the most advisable version I should upgrade to? My top goal is 
reliability. Do I have to install/reinstall or upgrade? Do I need to be 
concerned of any special feature when dumping/restoring data? Is there 
any good doc about this?

Thanks in advance for your vaulable help.


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